Saturday, March 22, 2008

Free Tibet! How?

For years, we have seen the "Free Tibet" bumper sticker slapped across the bumpers of Volvo wagons and VW Beetles that rattle down the interstate. No one ever questions how the driver assumes Tibet should be freed. Diplomacy? Political pressure? Sanctions? I often wonder if the drivers of these fender-flapping rattle-traps have ever heard of a little country called China? Do they know what a communist country is all about? Well, let's just say that diplomacy is not their strong suit.
Of coarse, there's always a muti-lateral coalition of nations that oppose the oppression of Tibet. I'm pretty sure that Europe just can't wait to swat that hornet's nest that is China with their big stick. Like France would even have a big stick.
Last but not least, we have the dreaded "W" word. Oh, that's right. The same vehicles that proudy display the "Free Tibet" bumper sticker, usually have a "War is NOT the Answer" sticker right next to it. Back to the drawing board.
Sorry Tibet, you're on your own.


James said...

Thanks for the comment, yes I have a lot of fun with the 'paint program'. Ann doesn't mind speaking the Truth and the Truth is getting harder to find on a liberal controlled media. James

Seane-Anna said...

Just how DO those anti-war "Free Tibet" bumper sticker sporting folks propose to do that? Ah yes, Ghandi had the answer! Just get all the Tibetans together and have them make the Chinese feel unwanted!

That was Ghandi's solution to the impending Japanese invasion of India during WWII. Fortunately for the Indians a little something called the American military distracted the Japanese from their eastward intentions. And liberals say brute force isn't good for anything.


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